Commercial High-Purity Water Systems and Applications - 322
This presentation covers the basics of commercial high-purity and ultrapure water systems. It begins with a discussion of "what is high-purity water?" (e.g., different grades and standards, plus how we measure purity levels). Next it moves to a discussion of different applications for pure water systems. Then we take an in-depth look at the different techniques for purifying water (distillation, deionization, membrane filtration/reverse osmosis, and electrodionization). A particular focus is made on how reverse osmosis works and the various components needed to build a complete system. Additional focus is made on the use of deionization technologies for polishing water to higher quality levels (such as ultrapure). We spend a few minutes discussing high-purity piping systems, including materials, desired velocities, etc. Finally we discuss the sizing/selection of high-purity systems, with an example or two if time allows.
1. Upon completion, participant will be able to define high-purity and ultrapure water, with a better understanding of some of the quality standards that are used in the marketplace. 10 minutes.
2. Upon completion, participant will be able to describe how the distillation and deionization processes work. 10 minutes.
3. Upon completion, the participant will be able to describe how membrane filtration (Reverse Osmosis) works. 10 minutes.
4. Upon completion, the learning participant will be able to list the various key components of an operating Reverse Osmosis system. 10 minutes.
5. Upon completion, the participant will understand the key data that must be gathered in order to properly design and specify a high-purity water system. 10 minutes.
6. Upon completion, participant will be able to list the various material and design options for high-purity water piping systems. 10 minutes.
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